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Details leaked on upcoming MyTouch Android sequel

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 31 Jan 2010 16:35 User comments (2)

Details leaked on upcoming MyTouch Android sequel T-Mobile is set to add a new "flagship" Android device to their lineup of smartphones, one that likely signals the end of the T-Mobile G1, the original Android-based device.
It is still unknown what the phone will be called, but it is either the MyTouch 2 or the MyTouch Slide, with either name possible given that it is a sequel to the MyTouch 3G and, you guessed it, it includes a slide-out full QWERTY keypad.

The new device will have an HVGA touchscreen, a trackpad, and a four-row physical keypad. It will run Android 2.0, but will also use the HTC Sense interface. The camera is likely 5MP, with LED flash. As with past devices, the MyTouch 2 will include a microSD memory card slot.

The device will launch at under $200 with contract.

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2 user comments

11.2.2010 6:17

hvga, omfg who wants a half vga device, lefts move forward not backwards please !!

21.2.2010 6:28

$200 with a contract, I expect at least a 720x480 screen at this point.

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